Event Date: September 21, 2017
Event Time: 7:00pm
Tickets at Eventbrite or at the door:
General public: $15
CHC members $12
(Apple image by Sue Clark on Flickr : plate xlvii, CC BY-SA 2.0.)
The Culinary Historians of Canada present esteemed food writer Marion Kane. She will talk about the surprising Canadian roots of the McIntosh apple, which appeared as a chance sport on a farm near Dundela, Ontario, and has become one of North America’s most beloved – and ubiquitous – fruits. Marion will also share the recipe she calls the “Only Correct Way to Make Applesauce,” her favorite recipe for apple crumble and tips on making other luscious apple desserts. Samples will be provided! Co-sponsored by Campbell House.
Marion Kane has been a leader in the world of food journalism for several decades. She is an intrepid populist whose work combines social commentary with a consuming passion for things culinary. For 18 years, she was food editor/columnist for Canada’s largest newspaper, the Toronto Star. She lives in Toronto’s Kensington Market and is currently a freelance food sleuth®, podcaster, writer and cook.
Toronto based sculptor Harley Valentine is pictured here installing the kinetic portion of his new work, Terrazzo Tower, that is largely composed of a piece of salvaged concrete from the Tower Automotive building.
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May 3 – June 10, 2017
Tuesday – Friday 9:30AM – 4:30PM
Saturday & Sunday 12:00PM – 4:30PM
Campbell House Museum will be closed for Easter Weekend April 14-April 17, 2017. Regular hours resume on Tuesday April 18, 2017.